|Students who got into MHC say:|
Essay (19) |
Get good grades, and find a subject which you are passionate about which has a context in the greater world. It can be weird. I wrote my admissions essay about how I felt passionate that if America is going to be claimed as a free market capitalist state, I should be able to sell my kidney for slushies. I promise, it sounded really articulate and clever when I was 17.
| PreLaw and Legal|
| Dec 07 2013 |
As long as you load your resume with accomplishments and activities, you will probably get in. Honestly, having a lot of money or a legacy pretty much ensures you a spot.
| Neuroscience/Cognitive Science|
| Jun 18 2013 | I applied. Visit the campus, talk to some students, sit in on classes, but make sure you can stand living in a small, isolated city for four years. Demonstrate that you are capable of working hard, and that you are a passionate person. Get involved with everything and anything you love or are interested by. You don't have to over-extend yourself, just do things you enjoy and give back to your community.
Start the essay early!